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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 WKHNMSDAY. MAnCII 27, 1018 MI LAD I IMPERIAL ANTHEM Loid, Ooil of hosts. Thy people cry t'o Thoc, Who Bitiolo 'or thors, a path ttpon the son, Jlo:o at Thy feet, and looking still for aid, Iwiorluth nn Eivplre, groat anil unafraid, Should fool appear, and war cloit'U darken nvnr 0art of our slum, -it.ind forward In our vnn. Death crowned tho floot, that keeps our roHtlOfw thin Death orownod tho lino, whoroln our fathers died, Strong In our faith, and bound to Thoo alone, 8lx iiiiiIuiim on�, wo wrfil liofuri' Thy I lhrniic>, Wheit In Thy twine, wo M Hie h-j glim* lly, Lord, God '.�, : � '; ' '; > - t ThQn biiiiiul nlxfoli), hy lien of blood nnd team, Shod ftiicli for each, through all> ? Major V/. If. Milne, of tho 28ih Company Can. Forestry Corps, who la a /in-: J.i ,7"~*-T*fi Wllllt't' 1(1 !"�".�' ut'i I ilUHIIK'.K DAILY IIKHAT.I) PAGE FTFTTr$E� Queen Q�.ality The Apparel of Charm and Distinction for Spring Wear HERE one will find a most fascinating lay out of all that is new and charming in spring suits, frocks and coats. You may look far and wide before you will encounter another such display, which for variety, quality and attractive pricing is unexcelled. )mx i,.:';iV rh"n(lon"3�i   -'if ��  M1)** Dora S'lin'rii)1 frool (i vacation �p�it l,l" bed for rivn.'motilhrt l .1 tutu from tho ftofrt. f * * * Mif.h'Hopjironia T' inorroi* to gpond }�',: .!� .(liKti poiiiK- on \i>> ('' Mr,!. A. Parmutt," .Mis* "iinrntliy JJyH.>:i,|, row to spend Kanti-i i- T. H. Walker, r*ei. returned on BatiircLtv : Florida. Mm. Walker hind vlr.ltlng friend;; fur u time, * * * Mm. A. K. Mitch- i ha;; bi;en- visiting w In Thou. Hocking In th'.i. Mugrnth. � * > ? >> : : :� o : CHURCHES AND �> ' � : > > - i nift" In duiifur ill" '"r Mi�.i I(/-/lcr!� M.-f/KJaii.t. M.I'I1, v.111 ijivtt an addn.� i �,n Hod Crod�, v.oik and food prohliirm hi Knox rhurrli nn .Saturday '.-vfiiluK a) n\tthl o'clock nnd'sr tho iiltxplcd of the l,o-'::il Coiiii'dl of \V'ni!i':ii. A iihort urn proKCflfn will h" v�-u. Th" pasalon Wftid: mwlinK* of tho I'tiitfd church will li. arranged and parents are invited. #  * The Goforth Mission Circle of tho United Church will meet tonight (Wodnesdoy) in the i! ureli hall, at 7.30 sharp. AIL memb' r.s are requested to turn in their mi e boxen and Kaster offering envelopof:. After a short business mcttin^, a social lirrto will bo spent. All outstanding ac-conuts from the bazattr are to be turned in also. I. * * * Tho Major Jack Ito-s chapter, I. 0. D. E., are holding a tag day on Saturday, Maxell 30tb. The proceeds will go to the chapter's funds, to help carry on the .patriotic work, in which the chapter has been engaged. It is hop ed that the public will respond as gen erously on Saturday as they have dono in the past.. * t * AH members of tlio Xcxtof-Klu are asked to attend the intercessory ser vice tomorrow at Kuux church from 5 to C. '  a � The Next-of-Kt'ii will hold a tag day Saturday, April i:. for the benefit of the Great War Veterans.  � * In connection with the wire receiv ed by the Local Council of Women fi'om the' National Council asking for a service of prayer and intercession to be arranged,.the Local Council will hold an hour > > SOCIAL EVENTS ? Mrs. B. Bertrand entertained at a kitchen shower las;t night for Miss Helen Galviu. *  . Mlas Sopbronia iSomiell entertained | informally last night for Misses Helen J and Dorothy Uicliardson, who are' leaving the city. i ... ; A very jolly surprise party was giv- j en Miss Viva Kltou last night when j twenty girl friends Journeyed to her home and presented her with a shower of handkerchiefs. Miss Klton is leaving the beginning of the week lor Salt. Lake City for the benefit* of her. health. * * ,  The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers have issued*~invitations for an Easter ball to be held in the IC.P. hall on Monday evening, April 1st. Much Interest In being taken in this ball and no doubt It will be one of the Bocial events of the seasou. The annual entertainment.given by the Mathesfs club in honor of their husbands was held in Knox church schoolroom last Friday evening. Small tables decorated with potted plants placed here and there about the room mado a very pleasing appearance. Mrs. McClonaghan after a short but Interesting address introduced the speaker of the evening. Dr. A. O. Mac-Hae, who chose for his subject, Social and Literary Life In' tho Coffee House Period. Beautiful piano solos were given by Miss Mary Henry, Miss M. Smith. Mrs. W. H. Johnston and Mrs.K. McKillop. .In his usual pleasing manner, Mayor Hardie moved a vote of thanks to Dr. MacRae which was seconded by Mr. J. D. Hlginboth-am. At tho closa of. the . program dainty refresJunents served from a table tastefully" decorated with pink carnations and ferns, presided over by Mrs. McClenaghau and Mrs. R. B. Skeith. KIR KB Y & CO. WE ARE MAKING SPECIAL CROSS BUNS cOIN&I Nothing - equals 'an aureolo of beautiful hair aa a frame for a pretty face. Without a background of nice hair a really pretty face frequently becomes plain but, with it,: unattractive . features . assume life and beauty. i Every woman can increase her natural charm bj; using Nowbro's Herpicide. Herpicide makeu hair beautiful. Dandruff saps the vitality of the hair. Herpicide applied intelligently and regularly, cheeks' this destruction of hair life and prevents the bair from falling out, giving it a snap and luster, a soft silky fiufiiness which can be acquired in no other way.' � *�'��  �| Applications may be obtained at the. best barber shops and hair dressing parlors. i It is guaranteed by ThcHcrpicidcXo. Sold evtyyvtii&'C. '~_____;.__. Special Agents: J. D. HUjinbotham & Co., Ltd. WE ARE TAKING ORDERS NOW PLEASE GIVE YOUR ORDER BEFORE THURSDAY 606 3rd Ayenue Phone 1627 _ You Get Better. Cough Syrup by Making it at Home IVliat'fl more, you mre ntiont J3 by It, Kttelly innito nnd coats lHtto. You'll never really know what n, I fine cough syrup you can mnko until  you prepare' Una famous homc-nmdo ' remedy. You save $2 aa compared with tlto rciidy-niudu kind, uiul you will also liavo a. more clfcctivo remedy in overy way. It oveieoinea ilio usual cOualia, throat or chest oolda in 2-t hours-ro-licvos even wlioopiiiff cot|Kh quickly. i Get -2ounces of Plnex (00 cents worth j' from any good drug ptorc, pour it into a lfl-oz,-bottlo nnd fill tlto bottle with plain granulated sugar flvrup. Hero you liavo 10 ounces-a family supply-of tho most offeotivo 1 cougli liyrup that money can buy-at a cost of only D5 cents or less. It � never epoils. " U'lio prompt and posltivo" results jriven by this ploiisant taBting cou^h Id oyrup have cmisud it to bo \lecd m I \inoro homeu than tiny other remedy: It quickly loosens, ti dry. hoarso or tijiht cough, houlai tha:inflamed' mem-  brancs that lino the throat and bronchial tubus, and roller i: Avoid diaappointment. by : asking - voiir drilctfiBt for. "2V| ounoca",o( "Pines."' with full directions, and .don't , anything- i. A Kunrwite.0i.of �bjolnto satisfaotioti or money prompt* ' ly rofiiiuled trous with this nropuratiou, �"/.'no 'i'incx Co., l'orouto,.(?frft c'?**�? �: ? : ? > HANEG-ANi-UMBER A very happy event took place ot noon on Wednesday, March 20th, at the homo of* Mr. Harry A. Umber, north-east of Winnifred, when Mr. Umber's second daughter, Margaret Ruth, was united In marriage  to Mr. Wilbur ilanegau of Winnifred.-,The groom was.^eupported .by Mr. .WaUer Uegg, ^and tue bride's sister, Mrs. Walter Begg,; acted as-bridesmaid. After the cereiijony a-sutnptuoua repast -was served. "The 'happy couple left .later in the day-for.the eastbound, train for a short'hp^eyrnbon. .The good wishes of 'a'hosrioi ifiend's go with them. The Ray., .'C,,:'J3isSiap.,perfoi,]ued the ceromoriy.-.Bow; Islarfd'iRevjIew.-' ; Willf eV-r-BUCIlAX  y A auIetiXlltv-P^ityJ. wedding . was solemhiie'd^^tSlCn^x"church oh Monday, M�ro^\;2"^Koy.:-.'\v;.''F'.'.; Burns pf-flciatlug, ,��"when'""'.Florence' .'Uziie, daughtor of Alfred-Whitby, of Leicester, Eng., became the wife ot Joseph Buchan, of this city. After the (ceremony, the wedding party were entertained at the home of Airs. Beach, Oth> street south, 'where a , buffet lunch was served to,a few intimate'friends of the bride' and'groom. Miss" Mar>. garet Beach aud Mr.,Claronee Geiger supported the bride and groom. Tho groom's gift to. the .bridesmaid was a pearl and"amethyst brooch; arid! to the best ipan a cameo scarf pin. ,1'he bride received many useful and beautiful presents. ' i '.,'" "� \~: m A t>j\. * - . MBIAnl'N-si-BDiSlB . Mr. .Tamos :>f4lyin,'9!> Barons, Alta., and M{sb .Helen'..Sharp ,Edhie, of, Big-gar, Scotland; \Vere liqited in marriage by Rev. AJox- Eslqr,'at Grace church manse, .oti Saturday, .March .23. Miss JS4jUev'l>�d"Just, arrived from Scotland} .'^Mrtraha; M'rs.'M'elYin will reside ia.Baroul;, .� -."'  N j'l-^Vi'/'.'j'','. . ..." A A ft GENERAL. , ?  In plain colors. Ivory, apricot, beige, old rose, pink, sky, battleship grey, national blue, royal blue and black. Also 150 yards striped silk organdie, 40 inch, white ground with awning stripes of black sky or pink. i Regular value of both these lines is $1.35 yard. Just opened. Specially Priced for Two per yd. Shop Early on Thursday This Store Will Close at 6 P.M. On -Thursday Evening r it 4m.A *i' .f * I � 1 ,sl t- '9 hftiudson'sl Si.'  * : : * ? > ? * * *  ? * Tho War Service Committee of Weliesley College announced that, a unit composed. of eight Wellosiey graduates and one Radcliffe graduate, all doctors, uurses or widely experienced social worlterBj will sail 'tor France parly, in April to work among the repatriation camps in southern; central nnd wostorn Franco under'tho Rod Cross.  � . * �#..-.. �{ �' ? LADY ABERDEEN ANNOYED. * , .'''a,''.':.- * O � * �  O A Now York report says: Because she did not thing-she wag properly the palace Clioatre today, and for othor roasons which are characterized as "diffBr$nce^;.y of | opinion," the Marchione88';,'jdI"j*Xl}er-deon and Temair left.'the stage "ps^the tlieatre at the end of tu'e attit'riipon; performance of "My Lady.'SAWarwiiJhr-den Party," at the conclusion* flf ,'vOlicli she was suprfused to gpoalcfor:''bhlld: saving work in war. tinje;" wlthofead-. dressing!the audience. J/'/.\-irs>i-'C'  As a result of Lady. Ab'ef done inf-flfdor that the Aberdeens might not appear in p. lfsdit which would affect- their social standing at the' court'of Kins; George. a r. � c "However, Lady. Aberdeen - would: not appear, and,the Pnlaca^hereUpon cancelled the act inasmuch "as-Vthh contract called for theTperspn^i lip-poarnnce of tho MarchlonesaA^fiAbef-.deen." >�..  ��  I'jord Aberdeen, when interviewed at the. Waldorf-tonight, where he addressed the ljuthia Scottish Recliai Conference, was inclined- 10 make nothing -itetisatiomU out of the. affair. In fact, while speaking of the matter as a "delicate subject," and showing no desire to talk or details or particulars, he was inclined to brush the whole matter aside. . . � "It simply is a difference of opin-. ion,1' Wb-snld. "We :had no (ytrouble with the act at other theatre's, a,nd played-at Mount Vernon, -Newark, Brooklyn and at the-Fifth '�.Avenue' theatre hore. The numbor of tfoople who came up and congratulated, Lady Aberdeen on her speech was astonish-Jng." a Asked point blank as to whether Lady Aberdeen had 'objected' to being booked second to Evelyn Nesbltt on the Palace bill, or had taken exception to octnpying No, :ii .dressing room. Lord Aberdeen said he- would rather [riot make any statement""pa. H.iif.J'I^prdshlp leenaed Inclined '*to '.'',A .think'there would be no suit in cpn- ,. hectton Vith the trouble, -adding: ,' V' "\Vlvat would be thine otta' suit '; i ,whea- weVcan settle tlw m�tt�r'4^ New York papers this morninga at, tempted to convey to the public . the ( idea thati I was appearing as' a -per- vl:'?i| former upon'the program of the" Paia'w'i/^ Theatre this week. No person reading - *vA these advertisements could come.Vv> that my sole Interest has'been to'ex^'ijl; plain to the public the nature of the ^J;;' movement: in wlUch I have, been sb'�,f^A deeply, interested/'ftiid with  which my �'�.for?] name has, been so long connected." t y A& � . � : . �����>, .;�<�[. :-.!uy.-'. '--�:, OH iOYI Ain't' it tread io carf the, "original", Pa's pack rbuiu� trttel the war. " ;